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Todd Haley's Record with Wide Receivers

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Kansas City Chiefs new head coach Todd Haley broke into the NFL in 1995 as a wide receivers coach which has been his specialty ever since.  Working as a wide receivers coach for the New York Jets, Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys, Haley demonstrated an ability to effectively communicate his message to the players.

Just how effective has he been with wide receivers? Let's take a look at the stats of his top 3 wide receivers at each of his stops in the NFL and see how his coaching has fared.

New York Jets (1995-2000)

Wide Receivers Coach

1995

Team Passing: 3,129 yards, 56%, 20 TDs, 24 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Wayne Chrebet 66 726 4
Charles Wilson 41 484 4
Adrian Murrell 71 465 2

1996

Team Passing: 3,911 yards, 53.9%, 22 TDs, 30 INTs

Player Reception Yards Touchdowns
Wayne Chrebet 84 909 3
Keyshawn Johnson 63 844 8
Jeff Graham 50 788 6

1997

Team Passing: 3,555 yards, 56.6%, 20 TDs, 10 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Keyshawn Johnson 70 963 5
Wayne Chrebet 58 799 3
Jeff Graham 42 542 2

1998

Team Passing: 4,032 yards, 59.8%, 33 TDs, 13 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Keyshawn Johnson 83 1,131 10
Wayne Chrebet 75 1,083 8
Dedric Ward 25 477 4

1999

Team Passing: 3,001 yards, 57.1%, 22 TDs, 16 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Keyshawn Johnson 89 1,170 8
Wayne Chrebet 48 631 3
Dedric Ward 22 325 3

2000

Team Passing: 4,023 yards, 55.3%, 23 TDs, 29 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Wayne Chrebet 69 937 8
Dedric Ward 54 801 3
Laveranues Coles 22 370 1

Chicago Bears (2001-2004)

Wide Receivers Coach

(Note: For some perspective during Haley's Chicago years, remember what Muhsin Muhammad said, "Chicago is where receivers go to die."

2001

Team Passing: 3,072 yards, 59.7%, 20 TDs, 16 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Marty Booker 100 1,071 8
Dez White 45 428 0
David Terrell 34 415 4

2002

Team Passing: 3,317 yards, 57.1%, 22 TDs, 18 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Marty Booker 97 1,189 6
Dez White 51 656 4
Marcus Robinson 21 244 3

2003

Team Passing: 2,905 yads, 52.6%, 12 TDs, 20 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Marty Booker 52 715 4
Dez White 49 583 3
David Terrell 43 361 1

2004

Team Passing: 2,641 yards, 52.9%, 9 TDs, 16 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
David Terrell 42 699 1
Bobby Wade 42 481 0
Bernard Berrian 15 225 2

Dallas Cowboys (2005-2006)

Wide Receivers Coach/Passing Game Coordinator

2005

Team Passing: 3,639 yards, 60.0%, 23 TDs, 17 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Terry Glenn 62 1,136 7
Keyshawn Johnson 71 839 6
Patrick Crayton 22 341 2

2006

Team Passing: 4.067 yards, 61.3%, 26 TDs, 21 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Terrell Owens 85 1,180 13
Terry Glenn 70 1,047 6
Patrick Crayton 64 754 1

Arizona Cardinals (2007-2008)

Offensive Coordinator

2007

Team Passing: 4,228 yards, 60.3%, 32 TDs, 24 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Larry Fitzgerald 100 1,409 10
Anquan Boldin 71 853 9
Bryant Johnson 46 528 2

2008

Team Passing: 4,875 yards, 66.3%, 31 TDs, 15 INTs

Player Receptions Yards Touchdowns
Larry Fitzgerald 96 1,431 12
Anquan Boldin 89 1,038 11
Steve Breaston 77 1,006 3